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OIL NEWS. v The Lebanon Oil & Gas Company has been incorporated at Lebanon, Ky., with a capital of 325,000.00 Some of the most prominent men of that city are behindthe venture, and they will specialize in developing Marion county. The price of crude oil continues to advance rapidly and there is no telling where it will go. Even at present prices the production of oil is one of the most profitable and safe investments to be found anywhere, and the opportunity to "get in the game" Is knocking at your door today, and without sending your money away from home, for mother earth all around us is simply teeming with "liquid gold" awaiting the efforts of man to bring it forth. We are pllased to quote from a letter received from Mr.' G. A. Roy, president of the Roy Petroleum Co., Covington, Ky.f under date of "April 26th, as follows: On my return from southern Kentucky, this morning, I found the Adair County News, and read with interest the article on oil. Keep up the good work, people cannot find out or learn what is gjjing op without some kind of advertising." The Roy people are taking a lively interest in oil development in this section, and they are spending a goodly sum of money in Adair county. Oil men returning from latevisits to the Creelsboro field, some nineteen miles from Columbia, pronounce the wells drilled in there recently as very promising, and samples brought here show it to be of a superior grade, consequently it will command a good price on the market. The capacity of tbe wells Is as yet unknown, not hav- ing been put on the pumps, but regarding their production are very flattering and they bid fair to be profitable producers. Another good well was drilled in at a depth of 401 feet one day last week near Creelsboro, on the farm of A. C. Coffey, Ramsey's on Creek, by tile J. Russell County, E. Carnahan Oil Company, Canton, Ohio This is the third well brought in there by the Carnahan people, and they are now drilling on ell No."-4- ,' on the same farm Mr. Bee Whitiss, field manager of the Carnahan Company, and who is giving this field his personal attention, expresses himself as very much encouraged with results already obtained in this section, and he advises us they are making active preparations to begin drilling in Adair county, near Columbia, at an early date. The Carnahan Company are responsible people with ampie'cap-ita- l to carry out anything they undertake, and their field manager is a live wire who believes in doings things ts , route home from Lexington and Louisville, where he had been for the purpose of purchasing equipment for the pumping of their well at Creelsboro. Mr. Phelps expressed himself quite freely regarding the bright prospects for good production in the Creelsboro section, and he also imparted the information that while on this trip he had met oil men from different sections of the country who were making diligent inquiry as to leases, etc., in this section. Columbia is the natural gateway to this field, and we predict that the time is not far distant when our citizens will begin to get a taste of a real oil boom. In a letter just received from Mr. Elmo Pearce, who left here recently for his home in Blackwell,Okla , he advises that he has sold his home there, and is arranging to- bring hl. family here at an early date. He also advises he expects to secure considerable capital there with which to develop the oil fields in this section. Mr Pearce is a well posted man in the business, he has had witje experience in the production of oil. and when a man of his type is ready and willing to put his money and time into the development of our local territory it ought to remove all doubts existing in the minds of our citizens who are waiting to be shown. Prominet oil men visiting Columbia Saturday and Sunday, last, were Messrs. Riley and Floyd Allentown, if. Y.,R J. Bosher, Muncie, Ind., E. L. Dearolph, from near Oil City, Pa., and L. J. Burkhart, of Ohio, the latter two gentlemen now located at Bowling Green, Ky., where they are interested in development in that section. The Messrs. Allen and Mr. Bosher are interested in the local oil company, the Trico Oil & Refining Co., and are doing all they can towards making it a success. They also have acreage of their own located near Columbia. All of the gentleman named are very much pleased with local prospects, and they look for some good "finds" in this section at no distant date. Mr. Floyd Allen expects to return here within the next few days prepared to make arrangements for drilling in Adair county in the - Big fire at Edmonton. The following is a correct statement of the big fire at Edmonton which occurred last Saturday night week. We take the account from tne a paper that made every effort to send out a correct Glasgow Times, statement: All the people who sustained loses are known to the people of Adair county. weeks. Tbe legion of friends of Mrs. Wood will all hope her injuries will not make her a permanent cripple. The above is from Danville Messenger Mrs. Wood is kndwn to a number of Columbians. Her husband is an uncle of Miss Jennie Garnett, this place and her friends here would be glad to learn of her early recovery. An Last Wednesday night Mrs. Mary Logan, who was about 76 years old, died at her home three miles west of Columbia. good She was in reasonably health until a short time before her death when she contracted pneumonia. She was the mother of W. A. Conover, who is a prosperous farmer, and a gentleman of high character Mr. Art Walker, of this place, was her brother, and she left a sister, Mrs. G. W. Waggener, who lives in well-know- n Oklahoma. The Logan boys were her stepsons. She was a memb$rofthe old Walker family of this county, her ancestors coming to Adair from Virginia in the early settlement of the county. Men of honor andjrespectability. Her parents were Mareu and Matuesday Walker (and her uncles were Dr. T. Q. Walker, Kelsey and Lysandy Walker. They came from a stock of people that believed in doing right, and they didjit, teaching their offsprings the same correct principles. Mrs. Logan was a most excellent Christian lady and she will be greatly missed in the neighborhood where she so Iongresided. She was schooled and in the Methodist doctrine, had been a devout member of that Church since earlyglrlhood. The funeral was held at the home Eriday and the interment was in the Walker cemetery, onjthe farm known as the Lysandy Walker farm, many friends being present. Unusual Investment. Fire originating in the corn crib of Mr. Ben Shirley, Edmonton, at five o'clock Saturday afternoon, spread to adjoining property on Main Street, and caused a loss of $100,000 before the fire finally burned Itself out. It is estimated that insurance carried only totaled$40,000, and that- in many instances the loss was complete. The fire extended from the Shirley hotel to Van Zant's store, on Main St., and completely gutted everything in its path. Those losing property were: Livery, feed and sale stable, Fred Wilson's residence, U. S. Shirley's garagd and hardware store; small residence of U. S. Shirley; Presbyterian church; Kinnaird & Hughes' grocery; Kin-nalrd- for investors. 7 per cent preferred stock, interest paid secured by first mortgage on valuable local Real Estate worth fifty per cent additional. A bonus of one share !of Common Stock with every two shares of preSemi-Annuall- Rare opportunity y, Dr. O. P. Miller was summoned and had the boy brought to his office, in this place, and after probing and failing to locate the bullet, it wa3 decided to convey the patient to Elizabeth Hospital, Lebanon, for an operation. If the intestines are not too badly lacerated, the boy will recover, but a chance for recovery was decidedly against him when Dr. Miller startedl in the af ternoonwith him. Later, a message came Wednesday morning to Grissom &;JJPattesoD undertakers, stating that the boy was dead and to meet the'remaina. with a hearse at Campbellsville. The burial was near thelhome oil Thursday. The Lindsey-Wllso- n Training: ferred purchased. See us at bnce for particulars. The Kemper Co. Columbia, Ky. ."Mrs. Settle Carlisle Wood, who lived in Louisville, died last Wednesday morning. Her husband J. J. Wood, died some years ago. He was a broth- School will close the 14th of May- -. The baccalaureate sermon Swill be preached by Rev. J. S. Chandler, of Elkton, who is known and very mucEL loved as a minister, Jin this place! The Commencement address will bfc delivered by Kev. Napier, who lives in Cresent Hill Kentucky. boys for and Match Factory; jlJLabor.JJ Work Itl match factory Wadsworth, Ohi- aTransportation paid ifycu stay threQ months. For particulars see C. W.iMarshall Hotel Jeffries Columbla,-Ky. Wanted lien, Mitchell's residence; Willie Wilson's was 79 years old and a lady of many residence, barn and dry goods store, Christ-ia- n n noble traits, and a on which is estimated he had about character. Dr. J. N. Page, $30,000 insurance; Bragg Drug Store; Mesdames Jennie Coffey and Ellen Bragg residence; The Peoples Bank Wheat were cousins of the deceased. was slightly damaged, as was The Edmonton Hotel. Mr. John W. Wright, of Greens-burg- :, Great difficulty was experienced in purchased the Campbellsville fighting the fire, as a high wind was Hotel one day last week from Mr. J. blowing. The fire burned all night, R. Davis. Mr W. H. Wilson, who and was visible for miles around. has been conducting it for several This is the first big fire that has ever years, owns the furniture which he visited Edmonton, and the town will will likely sell to Mr. Wright We be a long time recovering from the learn that the former proprietor will damage done. remove-froCampbellsville, and that The- - Wilson store had a 825,000 00 he is thinking of locating in Louisstock of goods on hand: Kinnaird & ville Hughes had a $6,000-stocon hand, and the other stores carried stocks in Loog Law Left In Full Force proportion. and Effect. The remarkably low amount of insurance carried and the tremendous loss sustained, brings home forcibly To County oClerklofJAdair County: . near future. the value of fire insurance as a I' notice by Jour records that to date and as a business investment. there are not asmany dogs in your See the best thing in picture, "Eyes County licensed asthere were in 1019. of The World," May 7 and 8. High Shool.Commencement Exer--' vouId make every I wish you well-knowk pro-tecti- er of the late Mrs. Mary Garnett, mother of Miss Jennie Garnett, this 's Kinnaird Bottling Works; C. H. place. Mrs. Wood was a native of residence; Will Hughes' resiGreen County, but most of her life dence; Lucian Rowe's residence; Mri; Lebanon where the W&s spent at W. E. Vanzant's residence; P. P. was held last Friday. She funeral Married. On the morning of April 28th 1920. Miss Elizabeth Lee, Butler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Butler, was married at the home of her grandmother to Mr. W. A; Stevenson a prominent Attorney of Commerce, Ga. Eld. Z. T. Williams being the Immediately officiating minister. after the marriage, they left by motor car f oriLouisville and Chicago. This ;offlC3 is noCJJJookinj for a, job printer. It has developed that all workjcomingjlto the offlec can be ione wlth'.ithe present force and dona neatly andsBtisfactorlly. aire. Daisy Hamlett, Owner. ale. One dining table oaki. goodj condltlon.jlTwentj yards in matting. One big)wood heater, good as new with elbow and joint. Sea Dr. and JMra.fl Flowers at former Presbyterian manse. For-I- Don't fail to see the great picture "Eyes of thelWorld," Mayi7 and 8. Declammatory Llndsey-Wilson, Contest bovs at tha invitedL and girls, nexfr Marriage License. FridayJJ night-gJEverybod- y Paid List cises. The - Baccalaureate Sermon for " Columbia High School will be delivered by Dr. Frank J. Cheek, of Danville, at the Presbyterian Church Sunday morning May 9th. Class night exercises will take place at the High School Gynasium Tuesday evenlng'May 11 at eight o'clock. Commencement exercises .will be held, in the Presbyterian Church Thursday evening,"May 13rhj at eight During recent months there his Herbert Cundiff, Mrs. W. J. Eding-tobeen no material gain in the manuMrs. Kate Jackman, Howard o'clock, The public is. cordially"lnvlted to de- Spears, John B. Grant, H. P. Cravfacture of refined oil, while 'the mand is steadily increasing, and at ens, Cassius Hood, Amanda F. attend all these exercises. present not only this country, but ev- Thompson, J. D. Bryant,, Wyatt ery other as well, is. facing a shortage Conover, J. B. Lucas, Mont xMont-gomerBig Farm Deal. which is becoming a matter of considerable alarm. The last ten years ( Mr. S. M. Burdette, of this place, have seen an enormous increase Hn the For Sale. a farmer and mule dealer, demand for petroleum products. purchased one day -- lastr week, the This increase has been felt in all Stock of dry goods, notions, etc. John A. Wathen farm, one-- mile phases of the oil refining industry, Choice stock of Groceries, good stand. north of Lebanon'and on the Springbut the greatest of all has been in the Fine farm of 85acres, near town. field pike. It contains 220 acres demand for motor gasoline, which has Nice home with three acres ground, and is said to be one ofjjthe best farms been caused by the tremendously rapBuilding suitable for garage, etc. In Marion.County. The consideration id growth in the useof the automoAll of above properties are priced forty-tw- o thousand dollars. Mr. bile. During the ten year period the right. See us for particulars. Burdette will be- - given possession number of cars and trucks in service JTheEemper Co., January 1, 1921, This farm is all increased about 1,700 per cent, the Jeffries Hotel Building, s land and is well improved. production of crude oil in the United i Columbia, Ky. of this farm is bottom Over one-haStates increased enly 05 per cent. It land, and there are two good brick is expected the needs of the GovernField day exercises will begiven-bdwellings on the boundary t and all ment alone in 1920 will exceed 200,- - Llndsey 'Wilson Training School necessary barns, etc. students on the campus, Saturday 000,000 barrels. ,.. afternoon dfc 2:30 P. M. May 8. The Stjll In Hospital. . Washington correspondent states events will be of considerable interest shortage situation has become' so the and a gold medal will be awarded the serious that the 'matter may be Mrs. B. T. Wood, who sustained winner of the highest number of brought to th attention of Congress points. such painful Injuries several days ago with the request that proper legislawhen she fell at home, is doing as tion be enacted to surmount the peril well as could be expected. She is Last Friday night while the sacred Mr. Lllburn Phelps, a prominent at- Master Mason's obligation was being still in tbe Danville and Boyle County torsey of Jamestown, Ky., and who Is administered, we took a survey of Hospital, where she is resting fairly It d.tne mcymw .uu UOBMtneiod-ge- . What CMM Into our mind comfortable. She will probacy be compelled to remain there several yMUi was in Columbia Saturday, en i not the busintJipI MJ man. n, y, well-know- n blue-graslf -y The following are.new paid subscribers and renewals since our issue of last Tuesday. W. T. Price, R S. Bailey, "W. C. Burbrldge, C. O. EstesJ. A Hill, Matthew Akin, J. A. Troutman, J. S Murphy, Luther Williams Charles R Cabell, Silas Cain, Geo. Rice, Carrie E. Walker, J. E. Dohoney, Mrs. .Capitola Allison, Mrs J. A. Breeding, W. B. Page, J. W. Hurt, ftmptX t - m mr m m - The residencejand contents of FrankCounty Clerk Neat has issued the lin Young, Leslie, Cumberland. following marriage licenses since our County.Jwere destroyedjby fire on tnez last report;. night Jot the 28th of April. The loss JohnW. Morrison and Clara Wooten. is estimated at $4,000. Charles Young-soMoct Sneed andE. O. Rupe. of Mr. FranklinlYoung, got baoV endeavor to collect license tax on all John L. Sullivan and Irene Kearns. Iy burned while trying to save somes dogs, and devise some' means whereby "Wj A. Stevenson and Elizabeth Lee valuable papers. v ' the people of your County may be in Butler. Mr. Gordon Montgomery has formed that thisjlawis in effect and will his lawjofflce to the room ov&r Mr. R J. Bailey, who lives near NationalJIBank, the same apart--, be enforced. Zion Church, barley escaped a very First Yours Yery Truly , sarious accident a few days ago. He ment in which his father, Mr. J. FL was putting up a wire fence and the Montgomery, hasjhis office. W. C. tianha. . . cleaver slipped off the wire, throwing Commissioner of Agriculture. Dr. W. J. RFIowershas removed ta the leaver violently upon his head. the residence, on Burksville strestrr The above notice is sufficient to A gash three inches long was cut recently purchased", knownas those who have failed to pay their dog and Mr. Bailey was senseless for a that he theMarcum home. tax. while. He was not able to look after S. C. Neat Clerk Adair County Court. his farm work for several days He We desirejto extendjlour condolence was able to ride into town last Fri- to Dr. B. M. Taylor, .Greensburg, and t. day, but it will be a week or two be- Mr. T. W. Taylor, Campbellsville-- , Public Sale. . fore be fully recovers. who were bereft last week, of their devoted mother, who passed away at I will sell all of my household and The dramatic part of the third Danville. Thejf uneral 4was at her old kitchen furniture at public auction, degree was put on most admirably in home, Campbellsville. May 8th, 1920 at the Wallace Coffey Columbia Lodge, F. aud A. M. last next Be at the Llndsey-Wilso- n Friday night, by Bro. W. A. Garnett, place on Bomar Heights street. Also attend night by 8Jo'clock. ' Mrs. Pearl Stephenson. Master of Giensfork Lodge. Before Friday Field Day on Saturday. reaching the brow of the hill of "Mt. . Columbia "Lodge, No 96, F. and A. Mariah, there was a feature Intro Some frost last Wednesday morning, pro- but it did but little damage. It now M , is prospering. On last Friday duced that was not down on the night Rev. R. V. Bennett was made gram, that for a time furnished looks like there will be "plenty of a Master Mason and four candidates quite a lot of amusement, but only fruit this season. were elected for the First. There the informed were wise tolt. Phelps Bros, sold one hundred hogs are two ready for the Fellow Craft, on the Louisville market --last week? Fatal Accident. and the third degree will be conferred Tops brought 815.50. of- these next Thursday night. Some newly made will at once petltlon-thLast Tuesday morning Theadore Saturday night and Sunday night Chapter. Bridgewater thirteen years old, a dogs killed 84.0o worth ol sheep for son of .Frank Bridgewater, a For Sale. , Mr. S. H. Mitchell. farmer, who lives in the Flat five miles from ColumThe buyer andlseller meet and trade 'Ford-tourin- g vcar. ;Dne man top, Woods, . about bia, met jvlth an accident which may at TheKempjr Co.'s Office. 25-- tf fine engine. Price $500. prove fatal. He went out Into a See field armed with a 32 revolver, his "Field Day on the Lindsey-Wilso- n Mrs. Hamlett, mission being to kill a hawk. He Campus next Saturday. It win be -' Columbia, Ky. climbed upon a stump in ordar to get drawing card'. good view, fell off, with the revolWanted Five whit girls to work a A. B. Cox sold to John I. Smith a ver in iiis band which was accidtntly in Hotel. Good" wages' and room and discharged, ttie ball entering his pair of three year old mules for 250i board. Write Hardeety Hotel. and abdomen. He gave ,aa ;atax Lebanon, Ky. the family FIfrWti Vttitt C JaUst t Mirraf's to "him. tttembersof "" n rflfe-mov- ed 28-2- - e ' well-to-d- o vnt S ," ;vr .imKtjfy V j. me - L ADAIR COUNTY:NEWS -- -- t - - .Tte rodiic fof Experience . . wC iOiftftfrifoJL rc .l $pH ekaj nwt -- 3 fc r" ,. It :: i . V '- A: Mill' Climber aG-asolin- e Saver, r. 2 88BSJ2S ijjme itwt- - vseSfiFfM and an Easy Runner. ihi M - Price Si, 275. Come and see it and Have it Demonstrated to You ' In a moments time you can figure out how much' cheaper; it will fte to use Hamia's Green Seal Paint on your property than inferior "cheap," pamt. Green Seal spreads farther, it excels ill covering power, and surpasses in length so-call- ed w of service. summeFs". '.. : ' , "4f HJI ill III .111 BT beautifies attq mm&L. m ,t decay and ugliness. Til'e exact formula afinears on - everv package. SOLD BY Mi' It protects the wood surface throuorh i;he hottest "' jffr mft n "rfrr- Wtest; ws inters, Both TM Jses& -- f-- mm iyl i JEFFKltS HARDWARE STORE .COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. EVERYTHING IN i 6 Chevrolet I "Four-Ninet- y" Sedan, i? S, .&. .Fmf, Mich. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted Also Ellwood and American Fence. ROOFING Stel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. CO Incomorated BUGGIES AND WAGONS. have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. ing and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. Rid- 1 16 eaatMatkci Mreei Between rust and Brook Louisville, Ky. K3S8Q&33G($Q833G80 B$08Q858G⋙8;3$30Qg fi AUTOMOBILE LINE g g It matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. WOODS GaEENSBURG, i N LEWI KENTUCKY. Columbia and Gampbellsville TWO ROUND TRIPS DAILY. TAKE THE BJG RED CAR. Newberry is the third member The Man "Just Going To." Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. in. in the lasL30 years Treaty's DcfeatlLald tinued as chairman of the For- pf Leaves Campbellsvilie 9:30 p. m. and p. m. to Newberry'S'Vote. eign Relations Committee, the to be convicted of criminal pracHe was just going to help a ) Columbia, 12 3 treaty would have been reported tices during tenure of office. 18 PHONES: E. neighbor when he died. ) Campbellsvilie, The others were Senator John many months ago, unquesWashington, D. C. In con- out 9 Pe was just going to pay a 3O8S8O83&O$?20338GSc H. Mitchell of Oregon, who was conviction of tionably would have been ratinote when it went to a protest. nection with the a 26 Newberry of fied in a reasonable time, and the member of the Seriate for He meant to insure his house, Senator Truman H. "Yes," have be.en a,t years, and Senator Joseph R. Third com- country would Meetings, Quarterly Michigan for conspiringlto but it burned before he got "Has he a cute little muspeace, business would have been Burton of Kansas. Both were Columbia District. mit election 'fraud, and the imaround to it. Round " tache?" . and industry "would Republicans, and each was conposition of a sentence of two stabilized He was just going to'reduce "Yea." normal course.' victed of using his influence as Peytonsburgi Pleasant Hill Apr years in prison, it is now a mat- have resumed its his debt when his creditors Senator before Government De"Is his name George?" mXy not oust him. Burbsville, Marrowbone Apr 4 P M. 5 ter of comment in Washington down" on him. partments at Washington for "shut Bear Creek, Bear Creek " 6. "Yes." that defeat of ratification of the In this connection, it will be corrupt going to stop Renos, Terry's Chapel "7. He was just poses Senator 'Is he an automobile salesJamestown, Bethlehem " 8. peace treaty- - was due to the interesting to watch the course Mitchell in gaining contracts for drinking and dissipating when Clinton Circuit, Fairview " 1011 man?" presence of 'Senator Newberry of the Republican Senate, holdAlbanyT Oak Grove Apr. 11 P. M. 12. his health became wrecked. a constituent and Burton for ac "Yes." 14 ing a slender majority of but in the Senate. He was just going to provide Russel' Springs, Mb Olive Apr. 18 cepting a fee for appearing as "Does he live on Blank Picketts, Summershade " IT The slender majority gained two votes, in the proper protection for his wife Pierce, Beech Grove " 19. attorney before the Post Office street?" Lebanon " 20. by Senator Newberry's presence contest. Attorneys for Henry Department. and family when his fortune Greensbnrg. Mt. "Yes." Mitchell never Cane Valley, Mt. Carmel Apr. 2425. in a seat which the Michigan Ford are urging prompt action served any of his sentence, nor swept away. "Has he given me an engageGradyville, Tartars Chapel" 28 of by the Senate, but the necessity, . court has adjudged him guilty He was just going to call on a Temple Hill, Boyd's Creek, May 12. ment r ing Eet with a diamond did he resign from the Senate. Fountain Bun, - Tracy " 3. obtaining by criminal practices, for partisan reasons, of He died in Portland, Ore , in customer to close a deal when he Tompkinsville, Bethlehem " 4. , and two pearls?" this slight but effective enabled the Republicans to or "Yes." 1905,. before his term of impris- found his competitor got there Casey Creek, New Providence " 89 all 'margin probably will serve to ganize the Senateand control West Monticello, Keen's Chapel Ma7 firBt and secured the order. onment began. . Burton, served a Monticello " 1516. Monticello, "Yes,'' the.committees. It enabled Senato- keep the Republican majority IB P. M. 17. Mill Sptinga May 18 term of six months. He did not "My!j ?aid Mis3 Gu3h, as she r-Lodge and other Republ- from taking any prompt action THE NEWS is $1.50 and Summersville Taylors Chapel " 2223. turned to her companion, "Isn't Campbellsvilie Mortons Chapel " 24. to rid its number. of a member, resign from, the Senate until his icans to "pack7' the Foreign $2.00 per year. Send in Mannsville, Union Ridge " 25. it perfectly wonderful how a Committee against the even though the stigma of con prison term began.. District Conference, Greensburg May fortune teller can know all these - peace treaty and President Wil- - viction for crime is upon him. The most recent Senatorial in- - your subscription at once. Sparksvllle, Independence, June things! And they are all tru thereby made it possi- Nor is it expected mat flewberry , vtigation of course was w too! understand it!" a son, and Elkhorn, Hogards Chapel m load down the treaty with will resign certainly not Deiore ble to Campbellsvilie. June 13 P. M. 14 the Lorimer case, from Illinois. If we listen to their own deluct Columbia, Columbia j" reservations, which, his sentence is affirmed by a destructive warblings, the presidential camT. Jt Wade P. E. of wearying higher court for though he Lorimer was expelled in 1912 paign is all over except the refter many months jr cicnuai j vjuiyiuu anu ucuiii debate, resulted in the defeat of wjh not likely appear in the Sen- - hvhen the Senate adopted a reso joicing. They will all be elect L Special attention given Diseases of The Fortune Teller. Tatification. Had not Senator ate and participate in its delib lution declaring "that corrupt ed and there'll be no one left to Domestic Animals. Uewberry participated in the or- erations, he will be "paired" in methods and practices were em- do the weeping. "You will marry the one you Office at Residence, l mile of town, on ganization of the Senate, the his absence, and under Senate ploy edin his election, and that .Jamestown road. love," safd the Fortune Teller. retained custom; a. J'pairV ia as' effective the election, therefore, was in- - GIVE US THAT NEXT JOB 'Democrats would hae "Has he- - dark hair?" asked EhonevlUS. srv Mcbntrolof the committees, 'Sent- - s a vote2 .. ' J ; valid;,,' Columbia, Ky. rMisGush. .." : , . E , -f' HT- ftor Hitchcock would Have con Your Support Solicited. 8 the-Sena- te 1 W. NOE. I 3-- pr Ford-Newber- ry main?-tainin- g - Re-4atio- ns 26-3- n't 5-- 12-1- 3. 19-2- 0 L,. H. Jonq v. -- "- - ' .:' ' I r " '-- ,?:-- qUR-ORK- ISUP-TO-DAT- - i iQECTB - f -- ADAIR COUNTY NEWS' : " BOV. MORROW TO COMMANDER BOOTH THE IREAT INTEREST IS " COMMANDER OF THE SALVATION ARMY; EXPENDITURES SALVATION OF S. A, ACCOUNTS FOR FUNDS COLLECTED WHAT IS DONE WITH QUERYf SHOWN IN CAMPAIGN Blfl Salvation Army Home Service Drive Comes May Are Organizing. ARMY MONEY? SHOW $13,257,552 Evangeline Booth Commander Makes Public Annual Home Service Fund Accounting. EXPANSION OF WORK IN ALL DEPARTMENTS NOTED IN LAST CAMPAIGN Colonel William Evans Makes Kentucky Executive Strongly Endorses Work of the Salvation Army in This State. Governor Edwin P. Morrow of Ken- Salvation Army Shows How Mor .Than $14,000,000 Is 8pent Annu-all- y In the United States. Reports from all parts of the state Bhpw that great Interest Is being taken In Kentucky in the big Salvation jArmy Home Service Campaign, May '10:20. Citizens who are assisting the 'jpalvation Army workers in the are everywhere displaying the ."gjreatest enthusiasm, and it is predict-jethat the campaign will be a big cam-!palgn & Public Financial Statement for ''0 K" Province. More than a million and a half dollars will have been spent by the Salvation Army In the "O. K." Province during the twelve months ending May 81, accordingAto the official statement Just made by Provincial Officer Colonel William Evans. Of this amount $1,206,750.00 had been spent on January 81 last and there remained a reserve of $222,034.00 to cover the amount required between then and the end of May, making the grand total $1,618,784.00. The greatest demand made upon the funds available- - for this province, which includes Ohio, Western Pennsylvania, Kentucky, West Virginia'' and Tennessee, was in the liquidation of mortgages on the property of the Army, to which $100,755.18 was "devoted, and In the purchase and erection of new buildings to accommodate the greatly increased work of the organization here. This cost $588,697.59. The debt which presented such, a handicap to the work of 'the Ar&y in this, as well as In other provinces, was the natural result of a long period of sacrifice, charity and Insufficient support. For years it has been the custom throughout the country to send the needy to the Salvation Army where they always have received prompt and cheerful help; but it was too often overlooked that some return was absolutely essential If the institution was to maintain its feet. The necessary support was formerly not forthcoming in the offerings cast into the tambourine passed in meetings and the Army has untUnow foujid it Imperative to mortgage its property in orcfer to secure money for the carrying onof tJo.work This old order changed" for theTbetter fast year wjjen tne new pian or masing ajungie an- eryce Appeal j,U lilt) mnu xiome .xAXXira Wl' il whole cCihntry .f was adopted find when. for ttejrrttlme Army was enabled to liquidate any considerable amount of its debts and to pay the full salary of its officers, . scanty though that is. . Support of corps activities for the eight montns ending with January took $138j046;00 while there remained a reserve oi $100000 to .carry through May. This mofiey coYefs"te rental of buildings in places were the Army does not own itSitablishments, lighting, heating and mntemiice of these places as weU as ttiose actually owned by the organization, cjjyers the salaries paid the workers in this province and Includes traveling, expenses, stationary, telephones and printing. Maintenance of provincial and divisional headquarters activities cost $376,650.00, whle $105TT33.00 still remains unexpended and in reserve to maintain the work for the four remain ing months. These provincial and divisional headquarters exist for the purpose of supervising the work of the corpB and the extension and development of the Salvation Army's undertakings generally within their territory. This expenditure therefore represents the rentals and maintenance of buildings used for officers and headquarters, salaries and the expense of operating fresh air camps and relief work. This province's share, $22,637, went to bearing the expenses of national headquarters, while the national pension fund which exists to provide for ofilcers who" have grown old in the 0 service entailed the deduction of more from the grand total of the provincial budget. The women's work for the Province took $39,973. The 1919 balance sheet for the Province shows the following: , Expended to Reserve to '"' May 31 January 31 , For the support open-hande- d success. The Salvation Army is known by Its For years the earnest of its officers and corpsmem-ber- s has been appreciated by all who Were acquainted with the splendid work done. Corps are now maintained in Louisville, Hopkinsville, Covington, Frankfort, Lexington, Ashland and 'Mlddlesboro. With sufficient money corps can be maintained in Paducah, ! Henderson, Owensboro, Bowling Green. Newport, Danville, Corbin and Mays-IvillIt is hoped that enough money lean be raised during the campaign to establish a state headquarters in Louisville, with a secretary in many counties of the state, so that the work may be pushed with renewed zeal and works. self-Meni- al Popular Organization's Budget for 1920 Totals $10,000,000 Details of Figures for 1919 and 1920. New York, April 12. Expansion and advancement in every department of Salvation Army work as a result of the 1919 Home Service Fund are shown in a full accounting of that Fund just made public by Commander Evangeline Booth at the National "Headquarters of the organization here. The financial statement, which is of January 31, 1920, shows total expenditures throughout the country up to and Including 'that date of $18,257,552, with-- a remainder on hand for the four months , lo May 31, of 910,140. Details of the statement disclose that the sum of $1,441,185 was expended up to January 31, for the maintenance of 939 corps and outposts in all parts of the United States. This item includes rentals of halls and their maintenance, salaries of 1,800 ofilcers, the expenses of work for children and young people, the cost of all local relief work of whatever nature, and such incidental expenditures as postage, printing, stationery and the like. In the period covered by the report the sum of $1,688,429 was expended by thirty-fou- r provincial and divisional headquarters for fresh-ai- r farms and camps, comprehensive relief work of a special nature amongst the poor, the sick and the distressed. These headquarters are charged with the oversight and direction of all corps and similar activities in their jurisdiction oas well as the extension oi Salvation Army effort to unoccupied fields and Hehce, this ltenT'lncludes localities. also salaries of executive ofilcers, oi clerical and other employees, necessary traveling expenses," gostage, the cost of advertising, publicity and a portion of the expenditures Incidental to the organization of the financial campaigns. Petal 8 of Expenditures. Other items detailed In the report Include the sum of $621,099, representing administrative and other expenses borne by National Hearquar-ter- s in New York and Territorial Headquarters in Chicago; $187,309 repre1 e. Commander Evangeline Booth, head of the Salvation Army In the United States, will leave for Europe on important business immediately at the close of the Salvation Army's 1920 Home Service Appeal, May The Commander will not only 10-20. tucky recently sent to Commander Evangeline Booth of the Salvation Army a strong letter In support of the Army's second Home Service campaign during the period, May Governor Morrow Is the general chairman of the campaign in Kentucky with former Chief Justice Henry S. Barker of Louisville as active chairman. Governor Morrow's letter follows: "My Dear Commander: Wherever the Salvation Army 'carries on,' there we find a need supplied; a foot-sor- e unfortunate comforted; a hungry one fed ; an aching heart given surcease of sorrow. "I am appealing directly to the great heart of Kentucky to respond generously to the call of the Salvation Army In this second Home Service Campaign, urging our people to rally to the support of an institution that always has done and now stands ready to do its full share, brimful and running over, for the homeless and the 10-2- afflicted. lYigor. In- SALVATION ARMY BUYS "Y" BUILDING Business Men Pledge Hopkinsville .Their Hearty Support to Further the Work. , . ;- - The Salvation Army has bought the ju.. j. a. Duuoing at jiopKinsviue. Cpi. William Evans, of Pittsburg, the chief "provincial officer, and Brigadier David E. Dunham, divisional officer, of Cincinnati, recently visited Hopkins- yrille, where they met a number of '.prominent citizens and consummated x. be-(hin- spect the American Section of the Salvation Army work now going on with the American troops at Coblenz, Germany, and othqr points along the Rhine, but will conferla London with her brother, General Bramwell Booth, world head of the Salvation Army. The Commander intends to remain to London ten days. She will go not only to Germany, in the Interests of her organization, but to Belgium, where there has been a vast increase recently in Salvation Army work. In addition the Commander will hold an Important meeting In Paris. The Salvation Army is the only re lief organization with the American Forces in Germany on the east side of the Rhine. It has five large soldiers' clubs In the Rhine country. "With my best wishes for your continued success in your great work, "Believe me to be, sincerely your friend, "EDWIN P. MORROW, Governor." KENTUCKIANS SEE HOW MONEY IS SPENT This State Is in the "O. K." Province of the Salvation Army With Four Other States. Kentucky is in what is termed the "O. K." province of the Salvation Army's national organization. This province Includes Western Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee. Provtaclaljadquar-igr- s "What Is done with the money? That is one of the first questions put to workers in the salvation Army-- s second Home Service Campaign which will reach Us culmination during tho when the drive will neriod Mav be fully on. It Is a legitimate question and one which the officers of this great organization are eager to answer because It shows the splendid work done. According to the official financial, audit Just made public at the national t headquarters in New York City, there ! had been spent to January 81, 1920 t more than 13,000,000, with a remain der on hand for the four months May 31 of over 900,000. Nearly a million and a half dollars were spent to maintain the 939 corps' of the Army In all parts of the United States. This was for rental of halls. eta, work for children and young peo-- 8 pie, cost of local relief and incidental expenses, stationery, etc, and officers' salaries. This last was not so larga an Item as'might be expected as not? a single officer In the Salvation ArxnyJ has a Salary sufficiently large to call for the payment of an Income tax. Another million and a half was spent by 34 provincial and divisional headquarters for fresh air farms and camps, special relief work, etc. Nearly 200,000 was used for maintaining 25 rescue homes and maternity hospitals, a general hospital and one for children, three children's homes and 11 slum settlements and nurseries and 400,000 for the pension fund for aged or disabled officers. The Salvation Army believes In pay ing Its debts as quickly as possible. During the year mortgages to the amount of nearly 2,000,000 were paid 10-2- 0 1 I off. , Ithe deal. Seven of the leading business men d Kof Hopkinsville were ready to get the movement and pledged their 'hearty support at the meeting. Others prominent in their offers of support .. MeJnainnediJj&burS ancl ALL KENTUCKIANS Cot. wililanLEyans Is in charge.- - To show how fast the work of the Salvation Army is developing, It is onlv necessarv to DOint to the fact that over 7,000,000 was spent on new buil$-- lngs during the year. JnJislothe ARE MADE WELCOME Booth Memorial Hospital at Covington Is Operated By the Salvation Army. were DriLeonard,Poolani pastor o the FlrsF Baptist Church, formerly of jLpuisville; Rev. A. R. Kasey, pastor fof the First Methodist Church, and Rev. Everett S. Smith, pastor of the .First Christian Church. Members of ,lhe Board of Directors of the T. M C. A. were also present. The r. M. C. A. building was erected some years ago, but a debt has hung over it. A Hopkinsville bank held a 'mortgage and filed suit to foreclose jand the Salvation Army bid in the property. The building is in the center of the city, is built of'concret On M&ocks, and has three stories. lithe first floor is a central assembly jjoom, on the second floor will be the iaivatlon Army corps headquarters, Jmd the third floor will be used for "emergency cases. Many changes will (be made in the building, and when completed it will be ideal as a social welfare center. Envoy Henry Vallier has been in ),charge of the Salvation Army work in (Hopkinsville for the past five years. com-fmunit- Kentuckians from every part of the State will always find a hospitable welcome at the famous Booth Memorial Hospital, at Covington, whether they have money or not Support of this hospital is one object of the Salvation Army's Home Service Campaign, May 10-2- 0. y GOVERNOR COOLIDGE ACCEPTS. Governor Calvin Coolldge, of Massachusetts, has accepted the chairmanship for New England of the Salvation Army 1920 Home Service Appeal, according to advices received by Commander Evangeline Booth, head of the organization in this country. Announcement of Franklin K. Lane's acceptance as national chairman for the Salvation Appeal was made recently. "The Salvation Army," said the Governor in accepting the chairman ship, "has never ceased to Instill true Americanism In the minds and. hearts of those people who, because of their circumstances and position in the 'world, this wonderful organization alone has been able to reach. The Salvation Army taught its great lessou ,of Americanism on the firing line oi i France; it Is carrying on the same Ideals during this trying period of reconstruction." The pay of Salvation Army officers runs from $9.50 per week to less than $30 per week. Commander Evangelint Booth, who is in command of the Salivation Army throughout America, had i'an Income of less than $1,000 for the past year, according to the tax man. President Wilson says, "No on 'who has watched, even superficially, .4th"e work and progress of the tlon Army, can fall to feel the deepesl ''and most sincere Interest in its sue Salva- - Itenre Sixty Influenza patients were takes of by the Salvation Army during Salvation Army officers give 10 per liBie recent epidemic In Parkersburg. .Nearly 170 were nursed through th cent of. their meager earnings to char ity. During the week of March 28th great epidemic of 1818 in Charleston. to April 5th, known to them as 'Self-Denl" Week," they cheerfully gave "The efforts of the Salvation Armj tjire worthy of the highest apprecia-'- ; "what's left" pon," says Sir Bobert Borden, prime i minister The Salvation Army has a cpmmia of Canada. cloned officer staff of more than 18,000 coloreieirls and women working in 66 countries and speaking Hundreds cared for within the pasl 48 different languages., four years at the Salvation home for the colored, The Salvation Army knows no serv ice too difficult, no task too great, Cincinnati, Q. m j al Hospital was. -- The Booth Memorial the home of the late Amos Shinkle, the founder and promoter of the suspension bridge connecting Covington and Cincinnati. When the home was erected many years ago it was famous all over the United States as one of the finest In this section of the country. Mr. Shinkle left the beautiful home to the Salvation Army upon his death, and since that time it has been used as a hospital. It is strictly undenominational. Men and women from all churches and representing all creeds are on the advisory board and the various committees. They are among the "most prominent citizens of Covington. Theirs is strictly a labor of love, and they receive no compensation. The same care and attention is given to patients who have no money as to those who can afford to pay part or whole of the fees required. Not a single patient without money has ever been turned away from this hospitalH although many patients who offer to pay are not received because of lack of room. Thirty per .cent of all the cases in Booth Memorial Hospital have been charity patients. This record is by far the best of any hospital In the United States. The medical staff of the hospital is-- j n physicians made up of the in this section. Dr. J. Bisk Meek, a Pendleton county boy, is chief of staff. In connection with the hospital a nurses' training school is maintained. Miss Catherine A. Webb Is superintendent of nurses. She is an experienced iurse and has had work In five of the largest hospitals In the country. Seven of the graduates of the school went into Bed Cross work during the war, and two of them were overseas. They were MIna Dun-lawho recently passed away, and Leannah Sorrell formerly of Pendleton county,. Kentucky. Both of them rendered splendid service. Great interest is being shown in Booth Memorial Hospital To. all sections of Kentucky because patients are received from all parts of the state, and part-pa-y charitable as well as full-pa- y patients. best-knowpost-graduate senting tho. cost of operating and maintaining 25 rescue homes and maternity hospitals, a general hospital and one for children, 3 children's homes and 11 slum settlements and nurseries; and $400,000 apportioned according to the 1919 budget for the pension fund for aged or disabled ofilcers. Most significant, as Indicating the remarkable advancement made by the Salvationists during the past year as a result of the 1919 Fund contributed by the country, are the lifting of mortgages to the amount pt $1,881,193 and the outlay Of $7,038,834 for new build-in'g- s and additions, making a total of $8,919,528. province will havespent more than a million and a half dollars. More than $100,000 was jet aside to Jake up mortgages and more than a half million was required for new buildings, etc., demanded by the Increased work of the province. Support of corps activities in the province calls for nearly 3,000,000. Nearly a half million is required for .provincial and divisional activities, a consderable part of which Is devoted to fresh air camps and relief work. About 50,000 was taken for the national pension fund for officers grown old In the service anil the special work for women totalled nearly 40,000. AMERICA? HEAD GIVES BOOST M.5-.- ., Says Soldiers Were Strong For th& m Salvation Army in France During the War and Since. No organization that saw service with the American soldiers in the great world war is dearer to the hearts of the men than the Salvation Army,1 according to Franklin D'OlIer, National Commander of the American Legion. In a recent statement regarding the Salvation Army's second Horns Service Fund campaign, May Commander D'Olier said: . "The American people owe a great debt of gratitude to the Salvation Army, and Just how great this debt Is they have only to ask their sons;' brothers and husbands who faced death in the trenches on the battlefields of France. Every man who wore the American uniform is fully aware of the manner In which the soldiers of the Salvation Army suffered all sorts of privations, faced the danger of battle and entirely forgot themselves In order to care for the soldiers fighting for the cause of liberty and humanity. man who "There is not an Is not glad to do whatever he can to' help the Salvation Army, and I feel safe in saying that the people of this country will be satisfied to take the word of those who fought In France that the Salvation Army is an organfr zation that deserves the support of the American people. "The service of the Salvation Army during the war Is but an example of the noble work these men and women have been doing for years among those who needed their services, and today they are carrying on a great work: among suffering humanity throughout the world, just as they have In years gone by and just as Iney will In years 10-2- 0, NOTED CATHOLIC FOR SALVATION ARMY Cardinal Gibbons Gives His Blessings to National Leadrrs In Their Work. One of the most prominent prelates in the Catholic church in America Is Cardinal Gibbons of Baltimore. The Cardinal is a strong believer in and supporter of the Salvation Army. Cardinal Gibbons, has just sent the following letter to Franklin K. Lane, of the Interior, who is the 0 drive, May "My Dear Mr. Lane: Let me congratulate you on taking up the good work of helping that most deserving organization, the Salvation Army, in Its 1920 appeal for maintenance. 10-21 self-sacrifici- Hitherto demands upon the Salvation Army's efforts have been so much greater than Its income that it has labored under a tremendous Indebted ness, Its ofilcers have been reduced to oart pay year after year, and the organization has been handicapped In Its operations. Not All Mortgages Liquidated. Only a part of the mortgage Indebtedness was paid off last year, however ; the Increased demands upftn the Army everywhere in the country being so great that increased and new facilities for hospitals, rescue homes and other Army institutions called for-t- he outlay of more than $7,000,000. Army officers hope that the response to the of Corps Ac1920 Home Service Appeal will be such tivities ......$13.8,046.38 to permit of the wiping out of much as ot tne remaining mortgage indebted. Maintenance of Provincial and ness, provide for the maintenance of national chairman of the Army's second Home Service Fund campaign $50,-00- $116,300.97 , ' the organization's established activities and make urgently needed extensions and development possible. The' 1919 balance sheet shows the following : Divisional Headquarters 376,650.16 105,733.45 Maintenance National Headquarters p, Eor I separate centers; $3,000,000 for relief work among thejjoor, sick, and unfortunate, work for mothers and children, and other social work under provincial and divisional headquarters; $250,000 for the maintenance oi national and territorial headquarters; $400,000 for rescue homes, nurseries, hospitals, slum posts and other institutions for women and children; $160,-00for the retired officers' pension fund, and $2,200,000 for the liquidation of mortgages' and the acquiring oi new properties made necessary by the ..Army's 1920 extension program. 1,000 0 Expenditure Reserve To Jan. 31. To May 31. For support of corps activities.n.441.185.15 M47.235.4l Maintenance of 34 proylnclal & divi1,688.429.62 sional hdqrs 297,133.93 Maintenance of national & territorial hdQrs....... 621.099.97 63.474.0J Maintenance of institutions for women and children 187.309.75 102,297.0! Pension fund 400,000.00 Mo and Erases properties 8,919,528.42 Total expenditures- for eight months 13.257,552.91 910,140.tS Reserve for four " months 910,140.59 Grand to con(Amount tributed In 1919) .14.167.693.50 The Army's 1920 budget, asking for $10,000,000, caUs for $4,000,000 to carry on Its evangelistic and relief work In Woman's Social Mortgages,.... Pension Fund.. rt . tal Properties .... Following a careful preliminary survey of needs and requirements the 1920 budget for this province has been set at $3,000,000. This money will be raised in the May Appeal and spent here during the next 12 months for the welfare purposes definitely explained in the foregoing paragraphs. The Salvation Army makes a publie appeal upon the principle that money, a medium of exchange, commands the material things which constitutes relief for the worthy poor, the helpless and needy, the fallen and the stricken; upon the principle that the ofilcers and soldiers of the Army have no desire to acquire or accumulate for their personal emolument any stores of money or chattels, but instead have dedicated their lives to the work of relieving others; upon the principles that while Its members must live decently, and are therefore entitled to shelter and food, they seek no reward In this life beyond the respect and appreciation of their fellow men and- women, and that they are eiyeclally fitted, in consequence, both in spirit and experience, to handle Money Judiciously and with atmoat wisdom. - 22,627.80 39,973.00 50,000.00 100,755.18 586,697.59 ......... J... work "Its splendid not only during the world war, but for years prior thereto, has endeared the, Salvation 'Army to everyone. "May your work and that of your friends and associates in this national appeal meet with the fullest measure of success. "My blessings and best wishes, faithto come. fully yours, "The campaign that the Army is to (Signed) "J. CARD. GIBBONS, Archbishop' of Baltimore." put on at an early date is one that I am sure everyone will lend support The Salvation Army has given out to. You may rest assured that wherman yotx Its recipe for doughnuts. This is the ever you find an find a friend of the Salvation Army. formula from which all the crullers for the men of the A. E. F. were made. There were several organizations that did There is something magic in it, for it none great work with the troops, but of them excelled the Salvation: worked wonders. Here it is: Army, and none of them occupy & cups flour, 2 cups sugar, 5 Five baking powder, 1 saltspoon-fu- l warmer place in the hearts of the men than the SalAmerican cup milk, 1 salt, 2 eggs, vation Army." lard. Kneadand cut and drop into boiling Each of the last five Presidents of lard. The lassies who made these doughnuts in France say that a happy the United States has seen fit publicly smile, added to- - the doughnuts at the to invite the attention of the nation time of serving makes "them even more to the Salvation Army and Its work: for "the betterment of humanity and delightful. the making-o- f bad citizens Into good activities of the Salvation Army ones," as President Wilson put it. The are being carried on In 66 countries. President Roosevelt praised the Army This organization holds meet- for "working effectively In those darl? ings and conducts its work in 40 dif- regions where, save for its force, only: ferent, languages. In the United evil is powerful," President Taft that its "practical methods of 'States aione its enterprises embrace: field evangelical work, hotels for the charity are of the highest usefulness poor, industrial homes for the unemThe accounts of the Salvation Anas-arployed, slum posts and nurseries In audited regularly and at frequent the great cities, rescue, homes and 'maternity hospitals,' children's homes intervals. Every cent expended goaf and relief work in prisons, besides for the needy. The army furnished other forms of relief, such as holiday 3,699,00(1 meals free to pennile ,pe eas la the tJaited States lastyear. dinners and the dUtribatlon of tt reeding the huagrj Is eabr asm of Urn and coal. away activities. tea-spoonf- table-epoonf- ul far-flun- g asf-sorte- -- e it r I 43air THE ADAIR .COUNTY NEWS speech, 'setting forth what he believed Gbarvty . Nevils work of building 3000 miles of that the convention should do, pike would start as quickly a8i Sec" Published On Wednesdays. possible. fx Colam6iarKeivtac?y- J.E.MURRELL, MRS. DAISY HAMLETT. Mgr will Columbia three pikes, one from Elizabeth-tow- n, On motion, the following gentlemen one from Somerset, The were appointed to draft a set of resoL. was then elected J. E. get retary. M,urrell .SB.5V iW' s f ' .vt66aBC355006avS.: vt . . isps. y Paramount Theatre Friday and Saturday May, 7 and 8 Special Matinee Saturday 2:00 Prices, Children 25cts, Adults 50ct to Burksville. lutions: xEditor other from here ?-- - Democratic newipDCra"eYoted to the Interest the Cltr of Columbia nd the paosl of Adair a& adjoining cocntlci. Entered at the Columba' Post-offi- as second Uss mall matter. WED. MAY. 5 , 1920. Subscription Price 1st and2nd Postal Zone -- , .50 per yer. AH Zones beyond 2ndj$2.00 perfyear A Subscription dne anoTPayable inlAdvance Bryan not only carried Nebraska for himself, but jie elected ten district delegates out of sixteen. There1 is one thing that can be said of Mr. Bryan, and that is that his supporters know exactly how he stands on all public questions. Watch the proceedings of the San Francisit meets co Convention when and see if Mr. Edwards and other wets do not get a licking. In our opinion Mr. Bryan will name the candidate for the Presidency. Mr. C. Winfrey, Herschel Breeding, Ernest Flowers, "Wood Pax-toClarence Page The committee retired and in a few minuces reported as follows: We, the Democrats of Adair county In convention assembled, hereby voice our apjprcval of the administration of President Woodrow Wilson and we congratulate the American people that, during the World War, they had his wise and patriotic counsel to guide them during those perilous times, and n, 'NINE BIG REELS. W we further congratulate them that ANNOUNCEMENTS FOE, CONGRESS. IVe ar$ authorized to announce BALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, a" candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress in this, the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky. State Primary Election Saturday, Last week the News stated that Louisville would annex Jef-fersonvi- lle August 7, 1920. We are authorized to announce .FRANK L. RIPY , of Anderson Coun-ta Democratic candidate for Congress, In the Eighth district, subject to the action of the State primary y, and New Albany. We got the information from another paper, but we knew at the same time there was no -State law that would warrant such, procedure. We handed out the statement as it came to us", and that is all there is to it. Furthermore, as matters have been running in Louisville of late, we did not know what in the devil had taken place. inter- Auguit 7, 1920. In the Republican COX WINS IN THE ranksSena-ato- r iTATE. The County Mass Conventions held last Saturday were generally harmonious throughout the State. Nearly all the counties have reported and unless there are changes from the action of the county conventions, Gov James M. Cox, of Ohio, will show a majority of the Democratic delegates for him for the Presij dency. "Louisville sends to the State Convention which meets this day Tuesday, an uninstructed delegation, but Gov Cox proved the favorite out in the State. The wet sentiment was manifested in a few counties, as being for a wet plank. Adair county, as will be seen from the proceedings of the convention, sends an uninstructed delegation tojthe Louisville Convention. x Johnson and General Wood are running neck and neck. Neither one of them will be nominated at Chicago. The bosses know at this time the man who will be named, but no mention of him will be made un til the nominating speech has been delivered. When the word goessown the line tfie nomination will be quickly-made- . far as we have been able to learn the Democrats of. Adair county, who will go to the' State So convention, will favor an unin structed delegation to the San Francisco Convention, and will so vote in the State convention which convenes in Louisville, this Tuesday at noon. ped, ballots were stolen put valuables when stopping at voters were terrorized, and to a hotel in the city is in the ofadd to the gayety of the occa fice safe. sion, there was gunplay. It was an election worthy of the Senator Reed, of Missouri, present Chicago administration." was defeated in is home state Thus is the recent Republican two to one. He wanted to go as primary in Illinois described by a delegate at large to the San a special writer in a Republican Franciico Convention,, but his newspaper, the Washington disloyalty to the Democratic parPost, and the writer is secretary ty in' the Senate, gave him a of the Republican platform .ad- black eye! He is a dead one. visory committH. And delegates selected by such methods Senator Beckham, who is a levwill go to the Chicago Republi- el headed politician, stands for can Convention to assist in nom- an uninstructed delegation to inating the party's candidate for the San Francisco Convention. President. The campaign leading up 'to the primary was charThe State Democratic Convenby the same writer as tion will be at 12 m. acterized ."a disgrace to the" Union." to-day. Illinois primary $40,000 worth of pearls and diamarked by most vicious kinds of precaution little electioneering tactics.- - Judges monds. A would have saved this wealth to and other officials were kidnapto and the owner. A secure place "Tne A thief entered Elsie Janis room at the SSelbach, Louisville, was one night last week and stole he lias, all thetime since the cessation of hostilities, stood firm and immovable for a proper and equitable adjustment of both Domestic and Foreign affairs; his every eflort to promote the peace of the world. We endorse the stand of President Wilson on The League of Nations as it was submitted to the United States Senate by President Wilson, without reservations. We denounce as unpatriotic and disloyal the efforts of Senator Lodge "and his followers in opposing the Treaty of Peace and the League of Nations for no other reason but to destroy tfie prestige of Woodrow Wilson in the United States and abroad. We call attention of the people of promises Kentucky to the Gov. "Morrow and the Republican of party, that they would, if placed in power, abolish useless offices and of- fleers, and would reduce our taxes. Upon these promises they were placed in power, and a Republican General Assembly has met and adjourned, and they have utterly failed to carry out either of said promises. On the contrary they have increased instead of lowering our taxes,' and as an instance of this increase we call the attention of the voters of Adair county to the fact that for the year 1920, the tax rate in Adair county for State and local purpose will be $1.40 on each 8100 00 which is 25 cenTs on the 3100.00 higher than it ever was before, and .tfiat the assessment of property upon which this rate is levied is very much larger than ever before in the history of Adair county.. We favor ah 'uninstructed delega tion from Kentucky to the San Fran cisco convention, and we direct the delegates, hereinafter named to work and voe in the State convention to that end. "We favor an organization of the Democratic party in Kentucky, and we favor the election to the members of the various committees democrats, who have only the welfare of the State, Nation and county and party in view, and we oppose the election of committeemen whose purpose v is to build up a machine with the jnten-tio- n to promote the candidacy of any pre-electio- lbfaB0i WITH rMEART w GOV. EDWIN P. MORROW. Honoray Chairman of the Second Salvation Army Home Service Appea', The drive starts the 10th of this month, continuing until the 20th. OF LOVE ADVENTURE COMEDY PATHOSi tPAMSJG INTRIGUE. 9REELS TUGSTHRU! W mVUBfiOLD SELL WRIGHT n horse several weeks ago, has- - recovered sufficient to be up and going around, attending to his affairs. J. J. Parson and Strong Hill spent a few days in1' Louisville the first of the week. Several from this place attended Quarterly meeting, at Tar-terjGhapel, on'the 27th. I 's Keltner, returning from the po3t office one night last week, received a fall that bruised him up considerably, but nothing serious. Bis physician, Dr. L. C. Nell, dressed his wounds; and reports that he will be out again in a few days. Uncle Charlie Yates is another one of our oldest citizens. We are glad to report is able to be up and comes down daily after his mail, and sees after his affairs about home. Uncle Char lie informed us that he has two of the best mule colts that he has had for many years. This means something in the mule line, for in the last few years he certainly has had some good oneS. Misses Bell and Sparks, students of the L. W. T. &., at Columbia, passed through here last Friday, en route for their homes in the Red Lick community, where they will spend a few days with their relatives before Uncle Robert O. Kentucky Democrats, You Are Entitled to Express Your Preference Democratic nominatio nf or President, you are entitled to express it, Kentucky Democrats. But you have but one chance' to do so. You have been called to meet in mass conventions in your county seats at 2 o'clock, Saturday afternoon, May 1, for the purpose of registering your choice. Neglect the opportunity thus offered, send your county delegates without instructions, and your one chance to exercise your sovereign right of saying who will be your standard-beare- r in November has slipped away. IF you have a choice for the Always ASK On the Square any union labor leader about Cox and he will tell you that no man or group control him, thai he is always on the square. Ask the business men of Ohio and they will telj you that he understands business problems and that he nasi courage and ability fcr any emergency Are Needed for 'Democracy. Ohio's Votes are electoral OHIO'S year; Cox votes swing needed can them Exercise Your Prerogative or will you assert your prerogative as a citizen and a Democrat to choose your leader? That you may be able to register your choice intelligently these facts about the candidate Ohio Democracy has put forward, as a man whom the Genius of America has trained for just this hour, are presented. your franchise WILL a you delegate the crisis which your county seat at 2 o'clock Satfew men In confronts your party and your country urday afternoon, May I, and se- Go to the mass convention in lect as your delegates representaDemocrats, tive forward-lookin- g who hold good government and the interest of the party paramount to all else, and instruct them to support the candidacy of Governor James M. Cox. Women are entitled to representation and to express their preference and are urged t tend the convention. to-a- A Typically American Career ORN on a officer. 160. good Democrats of Thursday. Adair county our midst last . . farm "of poor but honest parents," James M. Cox be came a teacher, then newspaper Let the country know where then an editor, then secretary returning. to a Congressman, then owner of a Kentucky Democracy stands. prosperous newspaper property, then a Tenth Floor The; Messrs. Calvin Claycomb and member of Congress, and then Gov. State Headquarters,Ky. Seelbach, Louisville, Ruf us Price, of . Bliss, were in ernor of Ohio the orily'Democrat ever Johnson N. Camden, Chairman. elected to that office three times. They were named as delegates. E. C. Page, Herschel Breeding, Paxton, Ernest Flowers, L C. Winfrey, Wood The resolutions Jn adopted. Mr. Virgil Boston, one of East ance with the prices of the After the reading of the names the Fork's best business men, as weedy convention adjourned. well as farrflers, was in our Miss Maud Wilmore, student Gordon Montgomery, Chairman, reports of the L. W. T. St, at Columbia, midst last Friday. He J. E Murrell, Sec'y. -- Committee. were" unanimously report the farming interest in m their, community getting along fine. All the farmers preparing i&i&miaiikz&m&g&a iflrfiagsaaBwaE for a large crop of corn and toPol cal Advertisement bacco and a good prospect for a pike from Columbia to Grady-viii- the present prices of tobacco, if On his return his brother, Edv accord- ward, accompanied him home. everything else sells "Carry tke Country With Cox' e. that on the account of Gradyville, 2. We have had Mr. W. L. Moss, of Pineville, who had much to do with the passing of the new road law, was here last Monday and addressed a large numper of Adair County ..citizens. He explained the details of the law which becomes effective in June, and predicted tha ere long pikes would be buiJJ; all over Kentucky. He , stated that the .money was ready, bfitjut now it ii!hird to secure the services jot rod engineers, but that the -- Democratic 'County Convention. Pursuant to a call Issued by the State Central Committee, Democrats of Adair county met in' Convention last Saturday afternoon, May 1st, at 2 meeting be o'clock, the object e delegates to attend the ing to name State Convention which will convene in Louisville Tuesday May 4. T. ' E. Jeffries, Chairman of the of-th- Adair County Democratic Committee, called the convention to order and stated Its object whereupon Gordon Montgomery was elected Chairman, who came forward, and before takfng his seat, made a splendid five minute several hard toward farming up to the presrain during the past two weeks. ent. Very little corn planted in this We take it that f rorn the numsection at this time. ber of wagon loads of fertilizer The growing crop of wheat that has been hauled from i3 looking fine in this community. through this place and We are glad to note that the the number of loads that have report from different" section Lbeen hauled from Graensburg to down this way, that the fruit this section, not saying anything about the cars that has been crop is not hurt. Mr. and Mrs. Strong Hill and sold by the merchants of our their son and daughter attended town, that this section of old Rev. Davis' revival services at Adair county will have to'spread Jamestown, last Sunday. herself if she don't her product Mr. H. C. Keltner, who got will not bring enough money to Co-lumb- ia so much rain, the farmers living on the creeks that have bottom land to cultivate, have not done much The young Mr. Hill have formed a partnership in the m achine business. They are both natural bjom mechani e's, and they know all about machinery. spent a day or so at homp last They will engage in business at week. Rugsellsville. No doubt there is We were all agreeably sur- a bright future in store for the prised one evening, last 'week, young men. when our old friend and physician, Dr. S. Simmons- of Greens-burcalled in to see us. The Dr. is looking fine and reports Years Used and his family-wel- l with their new home. He alsq informed us that he ha d a fine practice and was highly pleased g, a well-pleas- ed 40 with his location. On his return Miss Artie Collins accompanied him to spend a few weeks with her sister. Mr. Arvest CARDU The Woman's Tonic Hiil.of .dalrville, Sold Evtrywrvtr v. 8pentR'fw days' pf Iw.week place V hii leg broken by the fall of his J pay for the fertilizer uedrat with'hisrelativerathii ADAIR COUjtfBrT NEWS "N- -x- r" O l1 XO) IOEaO$I . HUE no ' TO THE FARMERS o Pi Br mm 3 Vrf i1 ( r ?? o D 4T! NEW SPRING GOODS S IN ALL DEPARTMENTS i AT 4 '"St. 0k 5 o D Now is-h- e time you need work tools. Cultivators, . CorflL-- t s S 8 j RUSSELL & CO. ? - o i And we are ready to supply you with I A S Plows, . Disc Harrows, : i M h Planters, O XOE Uaoi . Corn. Drills, , t -- i r '" !$ his many re last Friday. Mrs. J. S. Cornell of Fairfield, Ky., was visiting her daughter, Miss Elizabeth Cornell, a few days last week. ' Miss Maggie Columbia friends last week. He informed us that he was making preparations to remove from Mr. Sam Bowman, with Crutcher Adairville to Bussellville. & Stark, L ouisville, was here "last Mr. K. C. Borders, Campbellsville, Thursday, taking orders for suits. was over last Thursday. Eld. S. B. Waggdner, pastor of the Mr. - John Q. Alexander, was in oa Christian Qhurch at Campbellsville, Ky., was visiting Eld. Z. T. Williams time last week, supplying our merhere last week Eld. Waggoner has chants traveling Mr. L O. Hardesty, been located in Campbellsville for a was here a few days since. few weekionly, and this was his first salesmen, Mr. C. B. Calvert, Lexington, made visit to Columbia. He expressed himself as being very favorbly impressed a business trip to Columbia last week, with our town. Mr. Geo. W. Whitlock, who has PEiSONAlS . And all other kinds of Implements, 0 2 ' V Wagons, Buggies, Iteece, Harness, Fertilizers. of Nell, . is ) Mr. Bruce Montgomery, Assistant many friends in Columbia, was here Cashier of the First National Bank, last week, - looking after his trade, made a business trip to Louisville after a lo'ng spell of sickness. last week. .Mr. W. R. Lyon and Mr. O. 'L. Miss Daisy Keltner, of GradyvUle, Goode, commerical men, were here a visited the Misses Bradley,. several few days ago. days of laBt week. Mr. W. C. Clelland, of Lebanon, Mr. Geo.21 Clarke, Hindman, was was here a few days ago. .registered at the Jeffries Hotel a few Mrs.EffiePurdy and little daughter, Viys ago. Mary Elizabeth, Mr. Wesley Bradshaw Mr. Luther Williams, Eld. Kirby and wife, and Lois England, of Smith, wife and little daughter, of visited Bay W. Page and C&velCJty, visited relatlvesand friends family Sunday. here several days of last week. Mr. S. C. Neat, County Court Mr. Cassius Hood who has been in Clerk made a special trip to Louisdeclining health for several months, ville last wees. left his home last week for Asheville, Mr J. N. Coffey wis in Louisville North Carolina, where he entered a recently. His mission was to add a Sanitorium. His brother, Mr. Foree few selections to his Spring wardrobe. Hood, who accompanied him, has re- - Being a Very particular ' gentleman, turned. suits in a country town can seldom Mr. Robt. E Coy, of Louisville, please him. ' , some years ago a resident of Columbia Mr. D. E Hatcher, Jr , of Evans, visited 'relatives and friends here ville, lnd., was here a few days since. last week. Mr. J.. G. LaMard, of Louisville, Mr. J. A. Hill, of Adairville, visited was registered' at the Jeffries Hotel Brad-fordsvill- spending a weekwith har brothers T. F. and Coy Reece. Mr. J. E Dohoney, of Fry, Gieen County, was here last' Saturday and dropped three dollars in the slot. Mrs. J. A. Webb, of Webbs X Roads, is visiting her daughter, Mrs W. F. Allison, near tov?n. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Montgomery arrived from their home, Quanah Texas, last Saturday aftdrnoon, and will remain here through the summer. Their many friends were glad to "greet themN Field . Seed, and DAVIS HARDWARE COMPANY. Kentucky. .X Columbia, Bridgewater and little daughter, of Lebanon, are visiting at the home of Mrs. Bridge- water's father, Mr. J. S. Breeding Mr. andx Mrs. Collins Mrs. Mr. i T. F. CORBIN J. W. S. Breeding is gradually e, improving. E. Myers and his little granddaughter, Catherine, left, on a visit, for St. Louis. Monday morning. Mrs. Helena Williams and "her daughter, Miss Mattie, are not any worse, holding their own. Mrs. A H. Ballard left for Camp Knox last Sunday morning, where her husband is engaged. Mrs S. W? Dohoney is ENOUGH OF THE RIGHT KIND. a CANE VALLEY, KY., -- - J Auctioneer and Dealer In Real- Enough Insurance of the right kind is an asset to any man of business, and is best when most needed-aftthe er v fire. be some better than week, when we went to press. thought to she was last ' Too Estate. little Insurance, or the wrong ' kind, is only a partial asset at best and becomes a liability when most neened-afte- Mrs Tobe Hughes and children, Quanah, Texas, arrived last Saturday , Your Business So licited. r r. the fire. safe sound indemnity. atl aSJffJTfTTI f i"1 AmtamazJf2XXSXfXXm Enough Insurance in this Agency will satisfy the most exacting property-owneThe Service Agency furnishes only the right kind Alva Grider B. O. & Gr. R. Columbia; --- "The Service Agency" --- REED, Kentucky. V Insurance in all Its Branches. OPTOMETRIST JAMESTOWN, KY. ft tw 4 r :. 4 GAR OFFICE: Room 19, Patterson Building Ford cars have become such a world utility that It would almost seem as if every family ought to have its Ford car. Runabout, Touring Car, Coupe, Sedan, (the two latter have enclosed bodies,) and the Truck "Chassis, have realy become a part and parcel of . human life. You' want one because its servipe will be profitable for you. We solicit your order at once because, while production is limited, it will be first. .. come, first supplied,, MONDAY, THURSDAY SATURDAY, AND PUBLIC DAYS. wamm mm mama and will be here for some weeks They are at the home of Mr. E. H. Hughes, father of Mr. Hughes. x P. QhewSng has returned an extended visit to Hopkins-ville- . from Mr. B. v Mr. Sam H. Newbold, Mr Geo. B. Newbold and Miss Clementine New-bolLouisville, arrived last Saturd, THE BUCHANAN-LYO- N COMPAYN. incorporated: Columbia, Ky. Campbellsville, Ky. day, and from here they went to , For Sale. Breeding. . .1 have accepted the agency fo Three Discs, two tens, oneCe&hfc Greens-bur- g - Mrs. Ann Lizzie Walker, street, - was taken suddenly ill Adair and Green counties, from the Come quick. :- Fire Insurance American last Sunday, and for a while her con North S. F. Eubank. Company, an old reliable orginization. dition was alajming. Much better I respectfully soljcb your business-Sa- etc at this writing. Get a that Range at MarrayV J. Cabell, Gaesham, Ky. Miss Verna Todd remains in a Eev. R. v. Bennett having been see Mrs. Jake Wooten, was in Colun Monday. He renewed for called to Greenaburg, to preach a bia Jast The News baccalaurate sermon, his pulpit here .Mrs W. A. Coffey, who was quite was .fllled last Sunday forenoon by sick several days of last week, is Rev. Jesse L. Murrell. At the evening services Rev Elmer Ashby better. Mr. N. T. Mercer, Post Master, is officiated. The discourse of both ministers were well received. in Louisville for a few days. Mr. and Mrs Frank Sandusky, Hon. Lilburn Phelps, of JamesHarrodsburg, visited here last week. town, has been elected Secretary of Mrs. Esther Dohoney reached her the Republican State Central Com one "hundredth and second birthday and Mrs. Lillian O. Davis, of last Sunday. Quite a number of Louisville, was named as his assistant friends called at the residence. The baccalaurate sermon for the Mr. L. C.Winfrey is attending the jSreensburg High and Graded School Democratic State Convention was preached last JSunday by Revv IC V. Bennett, head of the Llndsey' Wilson, this place. Fire Insurance. v '- -mittee, 'J '' critical condition, is the word from Tbere recently.died at Knlfleyrthls. .. Bowling Green. County Mr. Thomaaowen, whowas. The Kemper Co. Jeffries Hotel, bay La well, known and useful citizen Mr., John Wesley Thompson, of H, as the father of Mi;. D. J. Bowen. 25-- tf - aid sell Oil and Gas leasts. Julius Springs, Kans., who is here to 25-4- t. .... X v" ft.- - r i--- BaWitSfc. - -- ..r ;. .z ? ADAIR COUNTT NEWS -- i WMMmm . ' It's a cinch " HQHQHMQHfr4444444444'Qfr4 4 aFH bV .HJHK aaaV AAJltftfHlkh HaBBBLBBaBBBBBBBUf IIBIfiB to figure why Camels sell! nbhmm " MBi J.. tLOTHINQ tu. " iMBBBaMBaBaw SHOES i JH Hr bbb. -- j uisis3 j - 1 1 1 1 'Wn i F HB laLS B) bbbB BHHI H aH 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 t - - r sIB9Rk''JsHbIIHRBEHHBBenSk -- bbbbBP V 3 " IkSbbB' vz Pca:p; JjbbbbbwSJ?' si f5sHc You should knor why Camels are so unusual, so refreshing, so satisfying, First, quality second, Camels expert blend of .choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos which you 11 certainly prefer to either kind r . Albin Murray Columbia, 4 "- - Kentucky . . NextJDoor to IThe Adair County New Office. ( bir.ciied straight I - aBHPBBBHr.w!r t vM; ; (flbaliji Camels blend makes possible that wonderful mellow mildness yet airtfie desirable body is there And, Camels never tire your taste ! 1 ?- -- - lbbbbbVS& t' ,- - 0 'i. .vii ;7 .. .r You'll appreciate Camels freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor ! ! ,.! EL .E2 .1 ilAL. By,tfeJ9 Jj!ftrja - -- . -- i .! -- Jii r 3K owsa -- - tmwK ,WBY SENATOR REED IS iTURKISH , fi'DCVCEi " L T.; i Jljiii'LJ cionrTTi; .W'l tr' -- t :, ; rette in the world at any price I glassine-paper-covered For your own satisfaction compare Camels puff by puff with any ciga- -- K V- - l vlY xJ Cr" are sold erstywi-- a in scientifically scaled pa&kaies of30 cia' 00 cigarettes) xn a reJieo. or ten Packaisa rnren Wt strnattv rt:nmmerid this carton far tha hnmt rtr nffic supply or when you travel. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Winiton-Sale- N. C. - 0 O GENERAL Jx- -l ?- - MERCHANDISE UNPOPULAR LOUISVILLE POST. " Tne recent refusal of the Democrats of Missouri at their convention to send Senator Reed, 'of that State, as a delegate to the Democratic convention at San Francisco has caused much comment, and has led particularly to inquiry as to the - cause of the personal shown towaad Senator Reed by members of his own party. It is true that when Senator Reed is in opposition he arouses a high degree of personal animosity. A glance at his manner of conducting himself in the Senate as reported stenographic- ally in the Congressional Record is sufficient to account for this. Lst us take, for example, a discussion that occurred on the Sen- -' ate floor last week, The bill under consideration was one providing increased pay in the navy. The - discussion ttas between Senator Jones, of New Mexico, and Senator Reed. Both are for increased pay in the navy, and both declared they would vote for it. But simply because Senator Jones did not come to the ' conclusion along the same road that Senator Reed came to it, ' the latter attacked Senator Jones in the most venomous manner. Senator Reed called attention the fact that the Shipping Board, also a branch of the gov ernment made it known to the employes of the navy that they could secure higher pay under the Shipping Board than under the navy. On this Senator Reed -- said: "Whoever was responsi- ble for it in the Shipping Board ought to have been incon- - 'tinently kicked out of his job within ten miriutes after the fact For the - .was,-- r discovered. . . Sfijppinf Board toget the py -- ill-w- ill -- American navy, and then write' each employe as he came into port than they would raise his wages, is about as intolerable, as impudent, and as senseless a thing as I have ever beard of in my life." Upon this Senator. Jones inter rupted to make this inquiry: "Does the Senator believe that because a man has enlisted in the navy irom patriotic-motivehe should be prevented from knowing what wages he could obtain in other branches of the service, and that, he should be kept in ignorance of these facts?" s whether ypu shall devise some plan for rectifying this evil, .'- - .. -- ito " -- '- roll of the mploye of the I which we all admit. . . . The question I asked the Senator was asked in good faith for the purpose of developing that idea." Senator Reed, however was not contented to Jet the matter drop. "The Senator," he said, "speaks of the remedy I suggested and makes a speech, about it I had not suggested any remedy nor said a single word about a remedy. It is only another one of those peculiar intellectual quirks of the gentleman in which he so frankly indulges, I had not gotten along to the point of discussing the question To which Senator Reed 're- of remedy at all. plied. "The Senator has the The close of discussion proved most peculiar mind of any man that both Senators were for in I ever knew. I think if he were creasing the pay in the navy, to run the .Lord's Prayer through but can one wonder that Senhis intellect he would be able to ator Reed is not popular with bring it out covered with sus- his colleagues when he, discusspicion ajid bearing evidence of es matters in the frame of mind artifice and fraud calculated to and in the manner pictured deceive even the Almighty. above? He was at one time a g Prosecuting Attorney in Missouri . '. . The government was against itself. I did not talk and he has carried the manners about keeping men in ignorance, of the prosecutor into the disor anything of that sort. That cussion of public questions in the Is all the reply I care to make Senate Chamber and out of it. to that kind of a question. It Those who have heard him on question." the Senate floor know that he was not a good-fait- h Senator Jones naturally resent- speaks habitually to other Senaed this tone, and said so: "Mr. tors with a scornful supercilious President, I resent the latter ness, oenatojr iteea nates ev statement made by the Senator, erything and everybody that that the question was not asked in good faith. I insist that the does not entirely agree with Senator's argument was based him. Hate engenders hate. upon the assumption that these That is why the opposition to enlisted men should not have Senator Reed is so bitter and so information as to what 'was intense. being paid in other branches of the service. While it may be true that the Shipping Board or was bidding against some other BuriMaPMi4(rvRntMjtf branches of service, yet what I A, few drop In tho JmE& dnnkloj water cures A 1300 sought to do was to get the ana prevents white fl diarrhoea, cholera. UIUU? lndijedon and other chick diteaae. Ute dally to views "of the Senator 'as to prereot ditecae and save roar chlds. Small die 60 centa, $1.00, pint whether the remedy which he 51 JO. At druttitts. or seat br Ball upon receipt ol price. suggested was the proper remedy BoMriM KimKy x. O. or not; whether you should keep keep thete men in ignoraece or Sold by the- Jefriea Hardware- - Storr bid-din- fi' 4 STOMACH TROUBLE disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with butter, oil or grease 1 would spit it up. I began to have regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, Iwould be constipated. It just seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were no good at all for my trouble. I heard a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite THEDFGRD'S S-O-- Goodies! Black-Draug- ht recommended very highly, so began to use it. It cured me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or acts on stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the system. This medicine should be irr every household for use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. "the thatm-e-1- -t kind in your mouth light,' fluffy,tender cakes, biscuits and doughnuts that just keep you hanging 'round the pantry all made with CALUMET economical kind. Try it drive away bake-dafailures." You save when you buy it. You save when you use it. y BMCIHQ POWDER the safest, purest, most ONE CENT A DOSE (J 73) Calumet contains only such ingredients' as have been approved officially by the U. S. Food Authorities. HIPHI7QT Qoautt AWARDS nlunHdl This town ifr full of brains. What it needs is a little more coordination and cohesiveness. Brains produce wisdom only when they are employed to advantage. Res. Phone 13-- B. A negro ch arged with kid napping barley escaped a mob at Danville due to the officers who escaped with him to Lex ton. Prince Joachim, who assulted members of the French Commission at the Hotel Adlon in Berlin was fined500 marks for offense. KiKW Business Phone 13-- Dr. J. N Murrell DENTIST r OneDrop Sswi nut once said that a man could get , rich' by attending A - m - Office, Front Rooms Jeffries BTd. UP STAIRS. . There is one advantage in being only a naturalized American citizen. One dosen't have to sacifice himself on president-ial alter of his country. son of Los Angeles millionaire was tsecretly married to Mis3 Nancy Geoghean a girl in a cigar stand in 1 COLUMBIA, KY Is yoar pfepcrty strictly to his business. business, His own fot sale? " 25-- tf Fred Winne, hatf-pi- we presume, would wm-Ptm- it, consist of annexing the other fellows .buaihesar. The Office, Kespr Jeffries Co., will fiid a btyer. - Md. N. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 7 3 LAST YEAR'S DyedSUIT Can be so chaneed by having it Swiss new Sprine Shade. It will last another Give Onr Dxr Cleaning r year. a pretty, Trial KY. Send Via Parctffeftst SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS LOUISVILLE, IKCOEPOEA.TED A. F. SCOTT - 3S 1i. 2, $ DEALER IN GARFORD TRUCKS 3h AND 5 TON For Low Cost per Ton, j Mile SEE A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. I Senators Worried By Newberry Case. V Washington, D. C. Senate Republicans must now get down to real business on the election contest case. Senator Newberry and sixteen were convicted of criminal conspiracy in the United States District Court of Michigan. Newberry was sentenced to two years in prison and to pay a fine of $10,000. Senator Newberry will fight his case through all of the courts. In the meantime, what will the Republican leaders of the SenFord-Newber- ry ate do? Months ago supporters of Henry Ford, who ran against Newberry for the Senate, charged that Ford had been cheated out of the election, and demanded an investigation. Senator Republican, James E. Watson, chairman of the subcommittee of the Committee on Privileges and Elections, authorized to ir vestigate the charges, but has gotten nowhere with the inquiry. The Republican majority in the Senate is so small that the ousting of Newberry might prove fatal. But, since Newberry has been convicted, the wise partisans are afraid to stand by him lest there be a reaction against the Republicans, and Newberry has become a "white elephant" on the hands of the RepubKcans. They are afraid to give him up, and afraid not to. It is now urged by the Democrats that the "full and complete investigation" of the election ordered Dy the Senate ''proceed without further Ford-Newberr- made by the friends of the treaty on the Democratic side to get together with the friends of the Republican side. Twice we had just about reached a point where. the Senator (Mr. Lodge) would cqnsent to a change, when he was interfered with by the on his side of the chamber, and at once ha lost his courage and receded from his position. There is a strange tying of the hands of the majority on the Republican side of the chamber. "Twice we could have compromised our differences. The friends of the treaty on both sides of the Senate were ready to get togethe d when, by reason of an agreement of some sort, which the Republican leaders solemnly entered into at the very inception of this controversy, they found themselves in themselves in the position they could not vote their own convictons unless they got the consent of Senators who disagreed with them fundamentally and in every particular. "The --majority on the other side of the chamber is gagged and bound, hand and foot, by. a contract they made with Senators, whose whole purpose and object is to kill the treaty." irre-concllables Unusual Value-I- n Tires for the Smaller Cars e r i .7 iron-boun- conspicuous in Goodyear Tires for the smaller cars, but ordinarily trie first cost is found to be not greater than that of other tires; often it is actually less. The combination of unusual value in first cost and very low final cost, of course, is a result of Goodyear "experience, expertness and care employed as insistently in the making of 30x3-- , 30x3!2- - and 31x4-inc- h tires as it is in the construction of the famous Goodyear Cord Tires used on the highest-price- d automobiles. For this reason more cars using these sizes d were last year with Goodyear Tires than with any other kind. Get this unusual tire value to enjoy on your Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, or other car. using one of these sizes, at the nearest Goodyear Service Station. Get these tires and Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tujbes at this station. factory-equippe- Not only is characteristic Goodyear merit M looanraAr OsttHslWW vy VTO O T. 30x3 Goodyear Double-Cur- e Fabric, Tread All-Weath- er $2352 $2150 Fabric, 30x3 Anti-Ski- d Goodyear Single-Cur- e Tread Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes are .thick, strong tubes that reinforce casings properly. Why risk a good casing with a cheap tube? Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost little more A than tubes of less merit. 30x3 sire in tbater- 50 proof bag 7 HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently ..located in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done. Crownadge and Inlay Work a Specialty. AH Office: Work Guaranteed next door to post office. YOU CAN EXPECT MORE FROM GOOD YEAR TIRS AND TUBES . - v Doctors Treat the Blood with Iron When the doctor treats your blood, gives-yoiron, for iron is the best thing in all medicine to build Up the blood. Sometimes-h- e does thi3 by regulating your diet sometimes he administers iron in the form of pills or tonics. But always he is seeking a way to get the most iron into your blood he is trying to put back into the blood this great builder iron which it has lost. he without question if Hunt'SI failt in the treatment ofEczemii. Tett,Rineworm,Itch,etc. Eton t treatments failed. Hunt's SaWi bar relieved hundreds of sucb cases. You can't lose on oui Money Back Cuarantet. Try it at our risk TOD AY. Prie7& For sale locally by become discouraged because other Many a motorist pays twice as much for tires every year as he ought to simply because of a trifling lack of information or at tention which we might supply in a moment, willingly and without cost. Let's Get TogetherWe want you to get the most o.ut of everything y e sell you our advice is valuaftfef Ou real helpfulness is certain! Our facilities are right! We" have a remarkable line of Goodyear Clincher Tires for the owners of cars. 3 y Sold by Paull Drug Company. powers. Acid Iron Mineral may be procured in liquid form at any drug store. It Quick Improvement From contains no alcohol or injurious drugs and will not blacken the teeth. It New Form of Iron has been especially noted that pale, n perThe new way to restore iron to the puny children, weak, blood the surest and most depend- sons and those enfeebled by age show able of all methods is through the improvement and exhibit increased use of Acid Iron Mineral. This is a strength almost immediately after natural form of soluble iron it-- is starting treatment."" blood-makin- not prepared artificially by chemists like most medicinal iron, but Is found in Nature itself, combined with other highly beneficial remedial agents. The story of the discovery of this new form of iron reads almost like a fairytale and medical science has proved in thousands of cases its remarkable g run-dow- . First District Republicans, in a 'For Sale by PAULL DRUG CO. convention at Raducah, have inNo matter what finally be- dorsed Richard P. Ernst for the comes of the peace treaty, there United States Senate. will always remain in the minds The Government has "discoof its friends doubt as to the ntinued its purchase of Liberty efforts of Jthe Republican lead- Bonds, according to a statement ers to reach a compromise on by the Secretary of the Treasury. Article X. The backing and filFrom New York to Baltimore ling of Senator Lodge caused many close observers in the ben-at-e 250,000 pounds of sugar has been to list him with the irrecorP moved by trucks to relieve theH cilables who set out to kill the shortage in the monumental city. ," treaty. delay" The line is designed to fit every requirement and every pocketbook. Let us show you The Wonderful New W. GOODYEAR ANTI-SKI- D Tire. t. $$ PRICE fryhfl This Strictly Quality Tire Costs Less than Many Ordinary Tires. THE KiOGy BUCHANAN-LYO- N SURETY BONDS FIRE INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES' S COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. " I COMPANY. Near the end of the debate on For Sale. the treaty Senator Simmons of North Carolina who was willing Pure Bred Plymouth Rock to make important concessions in order to ratify the pact, fixed Eggs, Pope and Pope strain. 1 5 the blame for the failure of the for $2.00. W. D- - Murrah, ratify. As one of those Senate to Elkhorn, Ky. 20-- 1 3t not on the Foreign Relations " Committee asked to take part in For Sale.- negotiations to l)ring about an We have farms in Adair Co., and . viy 7K I &! Shop Colun bia Barber V - 3eKaeKaeKaoieK 24 5Tv UNDERTAKER. Office Phone, 168, Columbia, Ky SJ- LOY & X.ONTE Gratification are Guaranteed. - 5K - agreement on reservations, Mr. Simmons knew every jnove that was made. He said: "A persistent effort has been x- desirable homes In Columbia for sale. Call on or write to Cravens & Neat, real estate dealers, office, 2nd floor Jeffries Bldg., Columbia, Ky. , ' " keep on hands a fall stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. Steel .Boxes and twohearses. I also keep Metallic Caskejs, andPrompt lervlce night or day. extra large caskets; We keep Residence Phone, 29. ' . )f " fc. A Sanitary Shop, where, both Satlsfactioigand . )rv 7TZ KT ; " - '" " v 23-tf : - J. F. TRIPLETT, T.mmmmmmmmm 9 l t ' V eMmi x Give lus a trial and be. Convinced. ' V.-""STr- . " KWkWm " WfWiWk -i- 'i :"- - T- p ' H J- - , . 8 ADAIR COUNTY tober 2, 1916 1,438 67 By By NEWS. Stanley Epperson John Jeffries "Fatly" Collins Treasurer's, Kecelpt NEW AUTOMOBILE PASSENGER ' N 7 SERVICE COLUMBIA CAMPBELLSVILLE - November 7, 1919 . M17 20 Keceipb Treasurer's 4,608 89 December 12, 1919 By 4 per cent commission S65 87 for collecting ,v 8. 8,467 80 Sanders & Hendrickson's Music Store BE0AEITITLAIO2J. Total Debits $ 9,146 88 "8,467 80 Total Credits , ' n. Balance D.ue $ The Commissioner finds that said Sheriff owes 679 08 the Eoad Fund $679.08 " Daily Service, Careful Drivers, Comfortable Cars. FARE $2.00 EACH WAY. Leave? Columbia 4:00 A.M. 10:00 A.M. and 4:00 Leaves Campbellsville on Arrival of Trains. Give Us a Trial, We Guarante Satisfaction. Columbia No. 96 A. and 96-- B. Phones: - subject, however, to the allowed by the County Fiscal Court All which Is most respectfully reported. T. R Stulta. Commissioner, Adair Fiscal Court. ' March 24, 1920. SCHOOL FUND. . ll S ; ' " u sr- - '' If -- - --,-- r. S . ,:" "METEOR MOnfeL, 125." P.M. To To DEBITS. advalorem tax on outside Graded . We nofa have a complete line of PIANOS and PLAYER PIANOS of the following excellent makes; HOLLAND, ROYAL, AUTO, KIMBALL, and others. Also a full line of PHONOGRAPHS and TALKING MACHINES of the follow- . $3,865 875 f School 812.647 District $ 5,798 06 18 47 advalorem tax on additional list - EPPERSON, JEFFRIES & COLLINS, Props. To 3,416 poils outside of Graded School district 50c ing makes: . - ' 1,708 00 To 9 polls additional list 5Cc 4 50 DELCOL k in v 9 SttPb To 6 per cent penalty on $653 12 uncollected Dec. 1st, 1919, 39 18 8 7,578 21 and cardinal, which plays all records We carry atf all, times a Complete Line f SHEET and ROLL MUSIC of the most popular selections, also EDISON COLUMBIA and GENNETTE RECORDS, also a complete line of String Instruments of all kinds. x edison, Columbia; meteor, star, ' ELECTRICITY FOR EVERY FARM CREDITS. By advalorem tax on $9,- - ? 404 released 14 10 To 25 polls released. 50c 12 50 By receipts from County ' Supt. September 3 1919 . .468.23 By Receipts from County Supb. October 3 1919 1,154 39 By Eecelpts from County Supt. November 7 1919 1,154 83 By Receipts from County Supt. December 12 1919 ,3,379 30 v. " . , ' TDELCO-LIGH1 - "jjg See our complete Instrument Display in the 8 6,183 35 EECAPITULATION. Total Debits Total Credits Balance Due $7,578 21 6,183 35 81,394 86 1 '' &'-l - NE MERCHANT HOTEL BLOCK Phone or T L over in summer, no, slipping belts, no magneta tocontend with, no grease cups. Only one place to "oil, will run five hours on one gallon of coal oil. It's a four cycle 'engine with overhead valves. lightused for light and power, air cooled, no water to freeze in winter, no water to boil Delco on Corner Columbia and Main Streets. ' . The Commissioner finds owes 81,-394 " write us your wants. MUSIC STORE that said Sheriff the School 86 Fund Automatic start and stop. 40 lights," 32 volts, 20 candle power. If you need more power and want more lights we have them from $395.00 on up. If interested write for catalogue, however, ' to the delinquent taxes and releases allowed by the County Fiscal Court. All of which is most re-i- ' spectfully reported. a T. R. Stults, Commissioner Adair Fiscal Court. March 24, 1920. subject, SANDERS & HENDRICKS0N Campbellsville, Kentucky. or call 'on NO CHANCE TO COMPLAIN NOW SHE DECLARES WHAT IS THE HENRY MILLER, Columbia, Ky., or W. T. STRONG, CampbeWille. MATTER WITH THAT CHILD? I HAVE THE GOODS Kj. the Miss Vetter has Gained 25 Pounds When Children Grow Pale and In Weight and Feels Fine All Listless Their Blood May Be Anything you want in Dry Goods, Groceries, Harness, Hardware, Farming Implements and Fertilizer. Come and look over my Line. My prices are right. I .can save you money on Ladies, and Misses Ready-lo-WeHab, Waists, Bungalo Aprons, Dresses, Sealpax Underwear, Slippers, Shoes, Hose. "Gents," I Can Supply You, Too! ar "i MACHINES" i. VALLEY VIEW STOCK FARM CANE VALLEY, KY. Time-Hig- hly Lauds v PEPT0-MANGAN Weak. MAKES RED BLOOD Trutona. Shorthorn Cattle - - - - Thoroughbred and Grades. ChesterWhite HogS . - - Thoroughbred and Grades. Hampshire Sheep - - - - Thoroughbred and Grades. Inquiry and Inspection Solicited. Business Manager, S. N, B. HAJNUJUi, -- . s Pane Valley, Kentucky. A SHERIFFS SETTLEMENT 1919. Sanders, Sheriff of Adair County, Kentucky, of the collection and disbursements of the General Fund, the School Fund, the Road Fund. GENERAL FUND. :' -DEBITS. . on To 30c advalorem tax . S9.404 released $1?50 releasTo 25 polls ed By amount paid commissioner for making settle- 28 21 37750 A statement of the account of Cor-te- z ment - 40 00 $ 17,382 90 ? Hfc J RECAPITULATION. 819,500 99 Total Debits 17,3829,0 Total Credits Balance Due 82,118 09 .'? -- 813,247 additional list 150 To43696 polls To 9 polls additional list .To 6 per cent penalty, on llected $4,356 21 1919 Pec. 1st, " To 30c advalorem tax on $4,544,463 3 13,642 38 39 74 5,544 00 13 50 i which is most respectfully reported. unco 261.37 T., R. Stults, Commissioner Adair Fiscal Court 8 19,500 99 24, 1920. March CREDITS, ROAD FUND no Treasurer's Receipt, DEBITS 13 $ 1,227 cnntmbar3. 1919 20c advalorem tax on Rv Treasurer's Receipt $ 9,088 92 84,544.463 2,756 51 OctoBer'2, 1919 To 20c advalorem tax on By Treasurer's' Eeceplt 26 40 $13,247.00 additional list 2,972 09 November, 7, 1919 To 6 per cent penalty on BsSTreasuier's Recelpt0?e8,933 12 $526.09 uncollected Dec . The Commissioner finds' that said SheriS owes the General Fund 82, 118 09 subject however to the delinquent taxes and releases allowed by the Fiscal Court. All of , o ! P? 1 s - . for collecting balance on general land By 4 per cent Commission Tax Jor collecting School em tax on To 30c advaiof &mberl2,I919 By 10 per cent Commis85,000 for collecting 4 per cent Commission By jn 1st, 1919 500 00 CREDITS 8 31 56 $9,146 88 580 0 308 30 By 20c on 9,404 released 18-8- 0 By Treasurer's Receipt September 3, 1919 By Treasurer's Receipt- - Oc- - 618 37 Louisville, Ky. May 4. "I weighed 140 pounds when I began taking Trutona but I tigped the scales at 165 pounds after I had finished the treat. ment, and I feel-sgood all the time now that 1 don't even have a chance to complain" 'Miss Ruby Vetter, a n employe of Herman Strauss & Sons Co., who lives at 1041 South Seventh Street, Louisville, said recently. ''I used to be a telephone operator but I had to give up the position on accounted my nerves," she continued. "Iiad thTa 'flu' last spring and it left my system In bad shape. My stomach was so weak I couldn't stand even the lightest of foods. I felt bilious all the time and was subject to frequent smothering spells." "Trutona had done my mother so much good that 1 decided to try it myself. The benefits I gained are really b'etter than I even expected. iWhen I had finished my third bottle of Tiutone, I felt as strong as I ever did. And I'm still feeling that way. My nerves are strong and steady now and I'm working at the department istore now, too. and I feel so good all the time that 1 don't have a chance to complain." Can any one doubt the sincerity of this remarkable, statement by Miss Yetter? It Is further proof, .to be added to the ever increasing volume, of testimony accumulating in favor of Trutona. AsTa systempurifler ancr bodyjnvigorant for use after attack of influenza, pneumonia and the like, Trutona has prova to be peerless? Trutona is sold in Columbia at Faull ''Drug Co. Adv well-knowJ Sold by Druggist in Liquid and FERTILIZER. I still have a little left come Both the Same .? Tablet For n in Medicinal Quality , ; Whpn your child loses color, acts and talks without spirit, and does not play like other child, act quickly. If the condition is not a disease but merely due to poor blood, Gude's Pepto-Mang- an give is just the tonic for pale, thin children whose blood needs rebuilding. simple combi-natioIt is a pleasant-tasting- , of exactly the ingredients that increase and enrich the blood. Beneficial results show almost at once in brighter eyes, blooming cheeks, a sprightly step, and the whole system made more vigorous. is obtainable in liquid or tablet form, whichever proves most convenient. Both forms possess Identical medicthal qualities.- n There is bat one genuirje and that Is "Gude's." Ask your druggist for "Gude's" and look for the name "Gude's" on the package. If it is not there, it is not PejH deep-seate- d Pepto-Mangan n Pepto-Mangan Pepto-Manga- at once. Cannot get any more shipped on account of Railroad, conditions. 1 have Avery's Chainless corn drill. The best' on the market. L M. SMITH DEPARTMENT STORE, AT CANE VALLEY. !XXSS "TALKING With a Tone as rich as Gold The "PRIMAHDONNA" machine plays all disc records. No extra attachments are necessary. Examine any "PRIMA DONNA" cabinet and compare it with other machines selling at the same price and ship and construction-- . - you will readily by convinced relative to the superiority of our workman- ' " n. "JEWELER" - ' -- ' -Kentucky. Clarence Marshall securea eight hands while in the county who' Wadsworth) Ohio, to work in a, gq-tU. u. uompton, of Weed, 71; air. . u&s2k "Mr. Chas. JarvisWhitney and Miss years match factory. W. were married at Annie old, and Mrs. Eliza Harver, Coburg last week. The groom is a 64, of Fairplay, were married In th If you need Ifertlizer see G, W. son of Mr and Mrs. J. A. Whitney court-hous- e last Thursday forenoon. Collins goods. Place of business in prosperous young man. The Judge Sinclair solemized the rite. and is a front lof GrlnsteadTPpultry house. jg bride is a very popular young lady. Nat Walker sold Henry Brylnfc a Horlday was County Court and a good mule-fo- r $200 Udfes Spiig cuts itMarray's in town. f airly ood crowd-wa- Columbia, Mr. o T